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New to CJ and need Advise

Discussion in 'Commission Junction' started by chc89, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. chc89

    chc89 Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I am new to CJ I have joined very recently. I wanted some tips and tricks to earn from CJ.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. KHMNTCPR8

    KHMNTCPR8 Regular Member

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    im new to it too, just wondering if u knew how to find the incentive allowing offers...
     
  3. vinniffa

    vinniffa Junior Member

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    I'm new to and would like to know what kind of products are worth.
     
  4. kalekom

    kalekom Junior Member

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    Most important is to know when to choose another network, this time is right now - forget about CJ they suck!

    After you have found some nice product to promote you'll be declined by CJ automatic system.

    Forget about CJ!
     
  5. hayama

    hayama Registered Member

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    So what network would you recommend to substitute for CJ?
     
  6. nundinator

    nundinator Junior Member

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    IncentReward is good for incentive offers.
     
  7. skina

    skina Registered Member

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    CJ is not so bad. When you are loking for advertisers that worth promoting sort them afther the network earning ( the green line). The full green line means that those advertisers products are selling good.
    For incentive offers look in the "sale lead click" column for "Performance Incentive"
     
  8. nundinator

    nundinator Junior Member

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    Actually, 'performance incentive' only means that they pay you an incentive if your performance reaches a certain level . . .

    Like if you get more than 50 leads in a month, your commission might go up a few dollars for each one.

    Many CJ advertisers have problems with incentive programs, so make sure you disclose that you're running incentives in your account details. That way they can choose to accept or decline you based on that before you join their program. (Not disclosing an incentive program is one of the fastest ways to lose commissions on CJ).
     
  9. wagooza

    wagooza Newbie

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    I'd say stick with CJ only if u plan on some long term projects like a WH site and SEO.. Otherwise its not worth it..
     
  10. blackhataffiliate

    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    CJ seems to automatically deny applications unless you have made a certain amount of money in the past. You will automatically be approved for most hosting accounts, but promoting web hosting is expensive in ppc and difficult to get organic traffic from. I would try cpa products through companies like neverblue.com or hydranetwork.com instead.